Why does CRA not yet have my re-file that was completed two weeks ago?


You should have waited for your NOA first before you refiled. Please go check your "My CRA account" to see the status of your tax return here https://bit.ly/2BPw41p

Alternately, please review the link below to ensure you have Netfiled your tax return:

How do I know if my return was filed using NETFILE and received by the CRA?

When you’ve successfully transmitted your tax return to the CRA through NETFILE, you receive a NETFILE confirmation number. Here’s how to find your NETFILE confirmation number.

You can also confirm if your tax return was received by the CRA in your CRA My Account, but it can take up to 48 hours after you file for your My Account to reflect that your return was received.

If you don’t see a NETFILE confirmation number after 48 hours, you haven’t filed your return through NETFILE. In this case, see our FAQ for submitting your tax return to CRA using NETFILE:



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If needed, What is Refile? 

ReFILE is a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) service that enables you to electronically submit changes to a tax return that you filed previously using NETFILE.

Note for Québec residents: TurboTax does not have the ReFILE service available for residents of Québec.

In TurboTax, the ReFILE service is available for the current tax year (2018) and the last tax year (2017). Note that for tax year 2017, there's a $5 service fee.

On the page in TurboTax that lists all of your tax returns, the ReFILE button appears only next to tax returns that are eligible for the ReFILE service.

We guide you through the steps necessary to make changes to your previously filed tax return and submit using ReFILE.

Restrictions: You can use ReFILE to submit only certain types of changes to your tax return. Some situations exclude you from using ReFILE. For more details, visit CRA’s page on conditions and exclusions for using ReFILE.


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